Im a little too chicken to show my art on here, but I tried to incorporate some of my personal drawing style with this and the results were pretty okay! So if anyone already had a drawing style they wanted to mix with these practices, I’d say go for it!!!
hey guys I'm new to this site but my name is Alex and I'm starting to lean figure drawing. before I do the next video I did my assignment and did 50 30 second gesture drawings. I have no clue what I'm doing but I watch the video a few times and did my best. what do you think?
Hi guys, I am currently practicing the Loomis Head from different perspectives (3D Modell) and have noticed that I often don't hit the oval on the head correctly. Above all, it is the width that gives me a problem. Do you have a good idea how I can better assess the width? I am currently measuring it with the pencil in relation to the height. Angle sighting is not working for me because there a not many points to start with. There is a quick example of my problem in the attachment. KR
Hello, I seek critique for several gesture drawings I did recently. Nearly all are around the 30 seconds mark but for some I took about 5 seconds longer. I often find it a bit hard to look past the contours and to just see the motion, especially with more static/stiff poses. I had already posted some of these a couple of weeks ago but I didn't receive any response. Therefore I'm now trying again to get some feedback. Comments and Critiques are appreciated! Thanks in advance.
Hello, I am seeking criticism on my two-minute gesture drawings. Any feedback is appreciated. Please find an image of gestures attached below. I couldn’t help but think of the dynamic poses of athletes at the Olympics as I watched my lessons in gesture last week. My secondary goal was to be able to draw gestures of different sports so the viewer can identify the sport without any items or equipment. Thanks in advance, Vince
hii everyone. I new here , I was practice some gesture, Here are my 1 minute and 2 minutes gesture, for me is difficult try not to draw the contour and focus only in the movement, but well is practice. Anyway any critiques welcome :)
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I. Used reference photos from line of action, but many of them were pretty static standing or hanging straight up and down or nearly perfect profiles that were hard to exaggerate. Any feedback is super appreciated.
Just started taking this course because I really wanna tighten up my figures (I hope to do comics and stuff one day). Gesture is something that I definitely need more practice with so any advice and critique would be greatly appreciated!
Hello, I've recently been working on my gesture drawings, and I feel like exploring more of the different concepts of this figure drawing course. I am uncertain that I've reached a level of proficiency that would allow me to move forward beyond the gesture stage of this course. So I suppose my questions would be: do my sketches indicate a level of proficiency? When do I know that I've reached a stage which is okay to move on? Does moving through this course in a non-linear fashion damage or inform my skills I wish to develop? Am I conducting my self critique correctly?